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IHOP Company Information

IHOP Overview Established in 1958, the International House of Pancakes has been known by its acronym IHOP since 1973. ...

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IHOP Overview

Established in 1958, the International House of Pancakes has been known by its acronym IHOP since 1973. The company began rapid expansion through franchising in 1960, and was publicly traded in 1961. IHOP acquired Applebee's International, Inc. in 2007, building one of the largest restaurant companies in the world, with more than 1,600 IHOP locations and more than 3,300 Applebee's locations. Headquartered in Glendale, California, IHOP is now an international brand with locations all over the world.

IHOP Job Opportunities

From part-time to full-time roles, IHOP jobs run the gamut from hospitality to customer service to management positions. Following are some of the most common IHOP jobs:

  • Crew members hold front of house positions in IHOP restaurants around the nation. These candidates greet diners, take orders, deliver food to customers, and clean tables. Candidates should have superior customer service skills, a positive attitude, and a sense of enthusiasm.
  • General managers oversee operations for one or more restaurant locations. These candidates implement marketing campaigns, meet goals defined by IHOP, administer employee training procedures, and perform human resources tasks. Candidates should have at least a high school diploma or GED, along with a few years of prior experience in restaurant management.
  • Franchise business consultants connect IHOP with franchisees, generating new clients and driving additional partnerships. These candidates serve as consultants during the negotiation process as well as over the course of restaurant operations in order to meet corporate goals. Candidates should have several years of prior experience managing food and beverage establishments as well as proven experience with decision making, analysis, and consulting.

IHOP Work Culture

IHOP's vision and values drives the company to support its community, value its employees, and care for the environment. The company sponsors an annual philanthropic day and encourages its franchises to support charitable organizations. IHOP also embraces diversity and seeks out employees of all backgrounds and orientations in order to achieve forward-thinking success.

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